Taking into consideration their sizeable egos, it’s a question the way the members of the key Three could actually fit their mind in the practice space of guitarist Pete Wylie’s home. The trio from the Liverpool-based group could survive around six weeks within each other’s business before disbanding. Shaped in-may of 1977, the music group splintered by past due June. The group was initiated by vocalist Ian McCulloch, bassist Julian Deal, and Wylie, with drummer Stephen Spence added within small amount of time. By enough time they split up, they had created and rehearsed several tracks (including “Bloody Sure You’re on Dope”) without committing anything to tape or carrying out in public areas. Wylie and Deal quickly shaped the just-as-short-lived Secret Girls with long term Deceased or Alive vocalist Pete Melts away, then shifted together to create the Nova Mob. McCulloch would gain popularity with Echo & the Bunnymen; following the Mystery Women, Wylie would type Wah! and Deal would type the Teardrop Explodes.